Concept Sharing Through Interaction: The Effect of Information Visualization for Career Design
In this study, we have developed an interactive system called Mochi that effectively prompts users to visualize their concepts on 2D maps. We analyzed the process of concept sharing, in which two users initially had vague concept on career design and then gradually clarified it in the course of interaction. This paper discusses the effectiveness of the system in facilitating adjustment of communication gap between users in the domain of career designing.
KeywordsCareer Design Chance Discovery Vague Concept Concept Sharing Hyper Image
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